Series: Chicago Lectures in Mathematics

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A Concise Course in Algebraic Topology by J. Peter May
Essential Results of Functional Analysis by Robert J. Zimmer
Exterior Differential Systems and Euler-Lagrange Partial Differential Equations by Phillip Griffiths
Fields and Rings by Irving Kaplansky
Fuchsian Groups by Svetlana Katok
Groups of Circle Diffeomorphisms by Andres Navas
Infinite Abelian Group Theory by Phillip Griffith
Lie Algebras and Locally Compact Groups by Irving Kaplansky
More Concise Algebraic Topology: Localization, Completion, and Model Categories by J. Peter May
Navier-Stokes Equations (Chicago Lectures in Mathematics) by Peter Constantin
Several Complex Variables by Raghavan Narasimhan
Simplicial Objects in Algebraic Topology by J. Peter May
The theory of unitary group representations by George W. Mackey
Topics in Geometric Group Theory by Pierre de la Harpe

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